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Do I need a VOA (VISA ON ARRIVAL)?

Yes! VOA s are required for most countries. The cost is 500,000 idr for 30 days & can be extended for another 30 days. You can pay when entering in Bali at the airport or online. https://molina.imigrasi.go.id/

 

Do I have to pay tourist  tax?

Yes Bali has reintroduced the tourist tax as of Feb 2024

it will cost you 150,000 idr you can buy it online or at the airport.

 

Can I bring prescription drugs into Bali?

Yes but it is best to get a letter from your Doctor to cover you.Be mindful that some prescription drugs are illegal in Bali.

 

 

Will I be able to charge my electronic devices ie phone?

Yes, as they are both 110 & 240. Power supply is usually 220 cycles. Normal outlets are plugs with two rounded pins. Adaptors are cheap ($1.70-$4.00 Aud) & plentiful.

 

Is there Internet in Bali?

Yes most hotels & restaurants offer free WIFI, usually it is at a good speed.However it can be a little unreliable.

F.A.Q.

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BALI MONEY

Working out the money in Bali can be confusing

Print out our money chart & keep a copy in your purse until you are confidence with the money

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Here are some helpful tips for navigating shopping experiences in Bali, especially if you're new to the scene. Keep in mind that these are just guidelines:- Expect to negotiate; initial prices are often inflated.- Avoid revealing that it's your first trip to the island.- Decide on a maximum price before starting negotiations.- Knowing some Bahasa Indonesian may result in better deals.- Understand that shopkeepers are skilled negotiators.- Visit early for the best prices.- If the offer seems fair, consider sealing the deal.- Keep in mind that 10,000Rp is roughly equal to $1.00Aus.- Be cautious with currency zeros; they can be confusing.- Don't hesitate to walk away if negotiations aren't going well.- Purchasing multiple items may lead to discounted prices.- Maintain a good sense of humor and politeness throughout the process.If bargaining isn't your strong suit, consider exploring set-price or fixed-price shops, where you can still find excellent deals on market items. Check out our Bali Shopping page for information on these and other fantastic shopping spots!

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HELPFUL TIPS

FOOTWEAR- Don't bring thongs or sandals that aren't worn in as your feet will sweat & wearing new shoes can give you blisters. 

PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS Does not mean local traffic will stop & give way to you, when crossing raise your hand so the traffic know you are crossing, don't just step out & expect them to stop,. If you are unsure find a security guard from a hotel or resto & approach them, they will happily help you. 

LANGUAGE - Learn a few words of Balinese, the local will appreciate your effort. Salamet Pagi- Good Morning

LANEWAYS- Be mindful of laneways (gangs) especially at night. Do not wander the streets when drunk.

 

SMILE & REMEMBER YOU ARE IN PARADISE!!!

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